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#1 The View From Here: Racism » World Cup roster in 1994 and 1998 » 2020-09-06 06:13:14

WeldonGind
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Category: Sports.
I don’t know what I see when I watch football.
It must be something insane, because I should not enjoy it as much as I do.
I must be seeing something so personal and so universal that understanding this question would tell me everything I need to know about who I am, and maybe I don’t want that to happen.

But perhaps it’s simply this: Football allows the intellectual part of my brain to evolve

but it allows the emotional part to remain unchanged.
It has a liberal cerebellum and a reactionary heart.
And this is all I want from everything, all the time, always.
Chuck Klosterman                                                                                                                    [USA] players actually look like they like each other and are having fun.
England, on the other hand.
I have never seen a more joyless group of players in my life.
They are having no fun.
It’s no fun watching them.
Michael Davies                                                                                                                    If a player doesn’t happen to share a language with the referee, he might yell in his native language just to convey that he’s upset.

“Any kind of fellatio comment is inevitably understood,” says Alexi Lalas

who was on the U.
S.
World Cup roster in 1994 and 1998.
The Explainer                                                                                                                    The fantasy that is indulged when Bob Costas speaks breathlessly about an upcoming ski race where he already knows exactly what happened is no longer even a fragile fantasy; it’s a blatant fiction that everyone knows about.
Linda Holmes                                                                                                                   Victorious Return.
Since the 2006 season, the most zealous of Saints fans have gone to the airport to welcome the Saints back from road games.
After landing, players and coaches leave in their own cars — but fans line up along the path to the airport exit, forming a gauntlet of adulation.
As he creeped along, .

Coach Sean Payton hoisted the Lombardi Trophy out of his sunroof

Saints 31, Colts 17.
The last 24 hours have been warm and tingly.
Congratulations to Drew Brees — who finally might get treated like the best quarterback in the league — and to the rest of the team, too.

The best part of winning the Super Bowl
The victory is preserved for posterity by NFL Films

It will be shown on countless TV specials and DVDs in awe‐inspiring slow motion with orchestral accompaniment.
February 9, 2010                                                                                                                                             2                           Bourbon Street after Saints win.

I was at the Saints’ first playoff victory in 2001

On the way out, walking along the concourse, we were high-fiving perfect strangers as they walked in the other direction.
Last night, my parents called me as they drove home from where they’d gone to watch the game.
I could hear people yelling, cars honking, and fireworks cracking.
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